Klisse’s KBBJ Honor of Hope 8*M AI 2/28/2016; broken black with red highlights S: +*B Klisse’s TE Big Bad John D: Klisse’s TA Allegiance of Hope 7*M AI MIlk: 1-11 267 1856 74 48 LA: 2-05 ++V+ 82 Honor is slow maturing like her older sister, Valor, so it’s just a waiting game. Although she got mastitis last year and was dried early, she freshened well and will be back on the show string this summer. Honor has been used as a recipient in our IVF endeavor, so no kids of her own for this year.
GCH Klisse’s KCT Euodias 5*M 3/18/2016; bay chamoisee S: *B Klisse’s KOOH Chocolate Twist D: GCH Klisse’s KD Judith 4*M MIlk: 1-11 273 2284 72 61 3-00 154 1557 44 39 ip LA: 3-04 VV+E 88 Odia looks really nice this year, and at her first show out for the year (which was nationals), she was 1st/1st udder 3 year old, and also RESERVE BEST UDDER! So very excited to see how she finishes the year! Odia got all three of her legs last year, and is really looking nice.
Klisse’s ODRFB Catatonia of Hope 7*M 4/01/2016; broken frosted sungau. polled S: CH *B Ober-D’Rainbow Fudge Bar D: Klisse’s KPOH Trance of Hope 6*M MIlk: 1-10 287 2373 83 69 2-09 220 2301 77 68 ip LA: 3-03 VV+V 86 Toni is a really nice young doe, and nice tempered, which is unusual for her family. Her udder is shapely and her teats are plumb.
SG Silver-Sage KA CadburyCreamEgg 11*M 4/01/2016: broken sungau S: SG +*B Klisse’s KPOH Ammon D: SGCH Klisse’s NSNN ChocolateCrinkle 10*M Milk: 1-10 235 1893 65 51 2-10 207 2207 75 59 ip LA: 3-03 EEEE 90 Cream also earned her dry leg, though at the IN State Fair. She, like Languor, freshened with little milk that improved over the lactation. She is filling out and deepening to make her more attractive all the time. She had a difficult kidding with a large single buck with no milk and will be dried early.
GCH Klisse’s KA Spumoni 10*M 4/09/2016; sungau; red highlights S: SG +*B Klisse’s KPOH Ammon D: SGCH Klisse’s KOOH ChocolateCupcake 9*M Milk: 1-11 226 1929 69 57 2-10 198 1903 70 58 ip LA: 3-03 VEEE 90 Spumoni is a stylish young doe who did well in the show ring as a yearling milker. She has placed 3rd/2nd udder both as a two year old last year, and again as a three year old this year at the ’19 Nationals, and has really bloomed lately. She got her first leg by going reserve to a finished doe at the Wisconsin State Fair, her second one by going grand at the Nebraska State Fair, and her last one at McMinnville, TN, just a week after her twin brother finished in MO, both as two year olds.